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Can the U.S. Keep Adding Debt Forever?
As lawmakers prepare for another hike in the U.S. debt ceiling, WSJ's Greg Ip explains why it’s economically feasible for the U.S. to keep borrowing, as long as interest rates stay low.
Jurors at Maxwell trial shown Epstein's massage table, photo of sex toys
A green massage table seized from Jeffrey Epstein's Palm Beach estate was carried into a Manhattan federal courtroom on Friday, where British socialite Ghislaine Maxwell is on t...
A former Kamala Harris staffer says aides have to endure 'a constant amount of soul-destroying criticism': report
A staffer who worked for Harris before she became vice president told The Washington Post that aides were "constantly sort of propping up a bully."
Chris Cuomo's spokesman says sexual misconduct allegation is 'not true' following anchor's CNN firing
The "Cuomo Prime Time" host was first suspended over trying to investigate the women accusing his brother of sexual harassment.
Most Americans no longer have great trust in their military – poll
Trust in the US military has dropped so far that most Americans don’t have strong confidence in their armed forces, and the trend has accelerated since Joe Biden took office as ...
White House confirms Biden’s China boycott
The White House has confirmed President Joe Biden’s “diplomatic boycott” of the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics. China had warned the move would be seen as a “provocation.”
Apple AirTags Are Now Being Used To Steal Cars In Canada
The trackers have anti-stalking measures, but those don't seem to be an issue for thieves
Chinese govt thinktank proposes growth target of above 5% for 2022
China's top government thinktank on Monday recommended the government set an economic growth target of above 5% for next year as the economy slows due to the persistent COVID-19...
Dramatic Day Reveals Details About the Parents of a School Shooting Suspect
In a tense arraignment Saturday morning, James and Jennifer Crumbley listened by videoconference from separate jail cells as they were charged with involuntary manslaughter in t...
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United States to announce diplomatic boycott of Beijing Olympics over China's human rights abuses
The diplomatic boycott won't stop American athletes from competing in the Winter Olympics in Beijing in February.
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